A Small Choral Group Is Betting Big On Tokenizing Their Art With Blockchain

A choral group in Dallas hopes to use blockchain to monetize their new recording. Instead of making pennies from streams, they can sell a single copy for thousands of dollars… if they find a bidder.


Blockchain has taken the art world by storm. That is the technology that powers cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. These digital art pieces – paintings, gifts and videos – are fetching tens of thousands, even millions of dollars online. Some big names in music have started offering fans crypto collectibles. Christie’s has even started auctioning crypto art pieces. And a small choral group in Dallas thinks their new piece could also

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